Chiropractic care at The Wellness Group of America has three phases: treatment for relief, treatment to correct the underlying problem, and treatment to prevent further injury. Dr. Uchenna Onyeani handles each of these steps in line with his years of experience in chiropractic care, treating each client with a holistic approach. He leads a team of experienced wellness practitioners, including massage therapists and chiropractors, a psychologist, an acupuncturist, a yoga instructor, and a nutritional counselor. Together, these alternative health experts get to the root of their clients' pain—whether resulting from muscle ailments, spinal issues, or a favorite childhood cartoon being cancelled—and treat them with a range of drugless approaches and holistic services. Many of these therapies can be tailored especially to men, women, or children.
Holistic techniques meet contemporary technology at Partners in Healing, where practitioners aim to improve clients' overall well-being through a balanced, multidisciplinary approach. The center's bodywork sessions often incorporate Swedish, deep-tissue, or hot-stone massage modalities, treating the chronic pains caused by tension-laden musculature along the way. These sessions may also incorporate reflexology, Reiki, or pranic healing techniques to restore balance to the body's natural energy flow. For a more technological approach to wellness, practitioners also harness infrared light energy to improve clients' skin tone, shrink adipose cells, and reveal any images tattooed with invisible ink.
New Health Centers consists of more than 300 health-care practitioners across the country, each working to alleviate corporeal discomfort with natural techniques. Doctors work in conjunction with experienced practitioners to soothe aches, pains, and lawn-gnome infestations.
A burgundy door beneath an awning of a similar wine hue provides entry to It’s All About Me Salon & Day Spa, where waiting clients take deep, relaxed breaths amid thriving plants in the reception area. Hair stylists guide tresses into face-flattering formations in front of a wall of mirrors, which prevent town pranksters from sneaking up behind clients to tickle their ribs. As stalks of live bamboo and flowering orchids oversee manicure and pedicure stations, wall sconces and candles glow dimly in the private rooms where massages slake stress and facials drive away dead skin and wrinkles.
The swirling barber's pole out front beckons young men and old, wise Feenys into Cory Mathew's Salon for a haircut and shave. But the services don't stop there. The staff also can color your hair, wax your unwanted strands, and manicure your fingernails.